Rep. Jerrold Nadler left millions of Americans scratching their heads during the impeachment debate Wednesday afternoon; bizarrely asserting the entire two-year long Mueller probe was a “net plus for taxpayers.”
“After recovering millions of dollars in ill-gotten gains, the Mueller investigation was actually a net plus for the taxpayers,” said Nadler.
Jerry Nadler says that "after recovering millions of dollars in ill-gotten gains, the Mueller investigation was actually a net plus for the taxpayers." pic.twitter.com/4rpJKtHJqa
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) December 18, 2019
President Trump’s approval rating jumped 6% in recent weeks; a warning sign for Democrats as they pursue impeachment just months before American voters head to the polls.
According to Gallup, Trump’s job performance rating now stands at 45%; a six-point jump since Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced formal impeachment hearings against the President back in November.
“President Donald Trump’s job approval rating has inched up again and is now at 45%. The president’s ratings have increased six percentage points since the House of Representatives opened an impeachment inquiry against him in the fall,” reports Gallup.
🚨From GALLUP POLL:
"The president's ratings have increased 6% since the House of Representatives opened an impeachment inquiry…"
Support for impeachment "continues to dip." https://t.co/q7vvZhLNEg
— Andrew Clark 🎄 (@AndrewHClark) December 18, 2019
Support for impeachment also dropped to 46%.
Read the full report at Gallup.